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  • TF Milestones and memories

    TF Milestones and memories

    Thanks to one of my TF friends who reminded me that I was getting close to the TF/No Life Zone, with a milestone of sorts. At a time when social media threatens to send message boards to the cyber-scrapheap, TF remains a place to visit at least once a day. The most important asset I've received from TF over the years is a group of friends of all sorts. A few such as racefan20 and itsanonwingthing were (and are) good friends pre-TF. But since then I've been blessed with a group of quality...
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  • Another Look at the Boyle Maserati 8CTF

    Another Look at the Boyle Maserati 8CTF

    Probably not much here you experts haven't nailed down long ago, just a little feature on the Boyle Maserati, one of the great stories and most beloved cars of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...Please feel free to sharpshoot or weigh in with more info -- you input is greatly valued, thanks!

    Another Look at the Boyle Maserati 8CTF | Mac's Motor City Garage.com


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  • We got hooked up with some tickets to Anderson Speedway today

    We got hooked up with some tickets to Anderson Speedway today

    Snow61 got us hooked up with some tickets to Anderson Speedway for today. They were running Midgets & Sprints on the high-banked asphalt oval. What a wonderful way for us to spend a beautiful day here in Indy. It was my first time watching these live. What a perfect way to get an open wheel racing fix while IndyCar has an off week. We've never been to the Little 500 before. We always took it easy the day before Indy. We both looked at each other and knew we'd be back to Anderson at the e...
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  • 3rd Annual Things I Learned at Barber Today

    3rd Annual Things I Learned at Barber Today

    3rd Annual Things I learned at Barber Today by BuddyCarSeries
    1st Annual
    2nd Annual 1. Kristen Dee is HOT!!!!! My goodness Hinch is one lucky guy. 2. Barber charges $6.50 for a crappy hamburger. 3. Lindy Thackston looked pissed all day, but after the race graced me with her gorgeous smile. 4. Tristan Vautier is such a great wide eyed guy. He will win a race before the season's over. 5. Power's crew may be the most gelled crew in the entire paddock. Watching them go through a...
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  • Lessons Learned from Mergered Racing by a Cartisan

    Lessons Learned from Mergered Racing by a Cartisan

    As a diehard CCWS fan, at the start of 2008 I decided to drive 800 miles after getting off of work on Saturday afternoon to see the race at Kansas Speedway on Sunday afternoon. I wasn't anti oval; I had been to the Michigan 500 during the CART days, but I had made fun of the 100% throttle 1.5 mile ovals in the past, but decided hey, if I'm going to embrace unification, this is it. I remember being really excited to see a 25+ car field for the first time in years! I saw the appeal of that form of...
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  • Lessons Learned from St. Pete by an Ovalista

    Lessons Learned from St. Pete by an Ovalista

    I had a nice talk with Mark Miles on Saturday at St. Pete. It was his first non-Indy IndyCar race. He was impressed. After going to oval-only races for 45 years, I took the tumble this year and went to St. Pete. This is all my humble opinion, but us ovalistas are wrong about the sport. If they won't come to the circus, then bring the circus to them. IndyCars are just fine on R/S courses. Incredible, actually. They belong on them too. I went with an open mind (something we all should try) and to...
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  • I flew in from Scotland for my first Indy 500.

    I flew in from Scotland for my first Indy 500.

    I flew in from Scotland for my first Indy 500. Chatting to people at the bus stop around town, they all thought I was crazy. Even people at the campsites thought I was a bit mad, travelling all that way for a car race. What can I say? I'm hardcore racing fan... I did spent a week in NYC beforehand though, that's a different story! So on to my first 500... I've been lucky enough to attend some great races at some wonderful tracks in Europe... Silverstone, Monza, Le Mans, Zandvoort... nothing cou...
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  • A couple videos I took at last year's race to ease the winter chill

    A couple videos I took at last year's race to ease the winter chill

    Enjoy...



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  • The Indy 500 Database v3

    The Indy 500 Database v3

    [Shameless self promotion coming up...] Last spring I posted an Excel file that I had created of stats, results, and facts about the Indy 500. A number of people downloaded it and I got a good amount of positive feedback. Over the past several months I have spent countless hours (actually, I did count - it's been about 100 hours) expanding and adding to the database. The file now has over a quarter million bits of data about the Indy 500. I'm finding it rather fun to mine the data for un...
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  • TF Update Sneak Preview and Suggestions Box

    TF Update Sneak Preview and Suggestions Box

    Upgrading soon to the latest VB software, with a new look from DanSanfy:



    The current homepage wil be phasing out, for an updated version of the Content page: http://www.trackforum.com/forums/content.php

    What else would you like to see? Features, forums, policy changes? Let us know what's working, and what's not.

    Thanks for your participation!

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